The Computer Science department has three public computing and classroom labs, a Student Center which also has lab computers, and multiple research groups with labs, and a server laboratory. All of these facilities are housed in Engineering Hall.
Public Classroom Laboratories
Last update: September 28, 2017
|Lab||# of Machines||Operating Systems||Description|
|DUE1114||53||Windows/Linux/Mac||This classroom lab contains 52 Dell Wyse D50D thin clients, plus one for an instructor in the podium. The CS department uses this lab for several of our courses including CIS 101, 102, and 103. These machines present 4 login choices:
|DUE1116||25||Windows 10||This classroom lab has machines which have been customized for graphics and gaming courses. There are 24 workstations, plus an instructor PC in the podium. They have Intel Core i7-5820K (3.3GHz) CPUs and 16 GB RAM.|
|DUE1117||31||Windows 10||This lab serves dual-purposes as both classroom and CDC research area. There are 30 workstations, plus an instructor PC in the podium. They have Intel Core i7-7567U (3.5GHz) CPUs and 16 GB RAM.|
|DUE1118||8||Windows 10||This a general-purpose Windows lab and our Student Center. There are 8 workstations with Intel Core i7-5557U (3.1GHz) CPUs and 16 GB RAM.|
|DUE1119||4||Windows 10||GTA Room with 4 general purpose computers.|
Rooms DUE1114, 1116, and 1117 have enhanced audio/visual capabilities for teaching and recording lectures. Please see our related documentation for information on how to use them.
The Engineering Hall Data Center houses a large number of servers for CS and other College of Engineering departments for classroom and research purposes, and BeoCat, our high performance computing cluster.
Servers hosted include departmental and research web sites, department wide file services, printing services, remote desktop services for Windows, Linux and Mac OS, remote Linux shell access, and many others.
The following are servers that are available to the public:
BeoCat Computing Cluster
BeoCat is the name of K-State's beowulf cluster. This cluster contains over 100 nodes contributed by Computing and Information Sciences, Physics, and other departments. Contact [Dr. Daniel Andresen] if you would like additional information concerning these systems. The official BeoCat page can be found [here].